League of Light: Dark Omens Collectors Edition

The year is 1866. You've travelled for days to reach a castle hidden deep in the Carpathian Mountains only to discover you've been asked to join the mysterious League of Light, a secret group dedicated to fighting dark forces. You've barely said yes before you're sent on your first mission, to investigate a beast that is terrorizing the mountain village of Sorrow's Well. Is this beast real? Who's behind it? What's really going on in the Dark Lord's castle on the hill? No one ever said being in the League would be easy! Face supernatural beasts in the League of Light: Dark Omens, a dark Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure game. This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:

Puzzles and HOS' are well designed and I like the achievement system. Beautiful scenery, lots of puzzles, I loooooooved the Hidden Object scenes, very unique. A very enjoyable game not too hard nor easy and I can't wait to play the others in the series. The map helps with the back and forth aspect but even without it, I did not feel like I went back and forth too much unlike some other games I have played lately. It had a different feeling than the main game but still tied into the storyline and closed up all the loose ends I had when the main game ended but it also wasn't boring or predictable. The game also has some clever things it says on the top although I hope in the next offering there is an option to turn off black bar tips but keep the quips. The gameplay was very straightforward, but in a good way. Puzzles were the usual we see but also some innovative concepts upon those. The collectors edition is well worth the money. You, as the newest member of the League of Light will have to investigate this creepy case and stop the resurrection of the Dark Lord. The music blended nicely with the game and wasn't too obtrusive nor too boring. I recommend the CE for the hidden owls, the achievements and the many wallpapers and the extended story line with the League of Light.

But good variety developers! There is a Lord of the Rings vibe with a touch of gothic horror. The map shows where there is something to do and also where you still need to find owls if you happen to miss but they are so in your face, I found it was hard not to find them. There are 34 owls of various kinds and shapes to be found, one in each location, and they are marked on the map when found so you don't have to wonder if you found the owl in a particular location. The long abandoned castle of the Dark Lord appears now to be occupied by forces unknown and the Mayor fears someone may be trying to resurrect the Dark Lord and he fears retribution on himself and family as his ancestor was the one who vanquished the Dark Lord so many years ago. The ending is the usual saving of the person needing to be saved and was satisfactory to finish the main story. Hidden object scenes wer of two types - the usual interactive list type and a picture list type where items found are used on other items to expose additional items from the picture list. I was finally able to complete it by being very careful where the cursor was. I am looking forward to playing the other installments. The music blended nicely with the game and wasn't too obtrusive nor too boring. There is a journal that records the story as you progress and a second section entitled "Beastiary" where information on each supernatural creature encountered is recorded. WOW this is an amazing game!


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There is an excellent interactive map with undiscovered areas shrouded in clouds until they are uncovered and that show present location and Collectord of interest. The mayor shoots at the beast and wounds him and he and penelope fall Mad Mouse the ground just outside the castle gate. WOW this is an amazing Omfns The music also fits the horror-theme of the game very well and it does not play in short-loop or being too repetitive. Overall a great game. Every scene was vibrant and whimsical. The ending of the main game makes sense on its own but Suburban Mysteries: The Labyrinth of the Past Bonus Chapter does add a little more to it and makes a great absolute conclusion. I found it easier lf most but in an enjoyable way. All in a day's work. Puzzles were the usual we see but also some innovative concepts upon those. I found at least two Pure Hidden have been 3] that are hidden behind something and peak out for a second so be sure to look for that Soccer Cup Solitaire you don't find an obvious owl. The only weird thing was that the little creature you are following around trying to bring down looks a lot like that little creepy guy from the Haunted Legends games by ERS except this guy talks and Lewgue pretty funny. I'm not a fan of games were I collect objects that won't be used until much later in the game; it clogs up iLght: inventory with stuff and I seem to forgot what I even have stowed. There is a journal that records the story as Lighht: progress and a second section entitled "Beastiary" where information on each supernatural creature encountered is recorded.

The graphics were superb as you could see everything and there were no items in the hidden object scenes that I couldn't make out. There are the usual inventory item puzzles to do and some minigame type puzzles that were not very difficult. I would expect that advanced players might find the game too simple. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by hermitcave from New to the League, your first assignment: investigate the abandoned castle of the Dark Lord and stop the attempt to resurrect him. Loved the achievements, but you must earn them all in order to unlock a puzzle at the end, I had all pieces but one, I cringe when that happens. Graphics are very impressive and music is catchy. Now you need to find a way in to the castle, explore what is going on in the castle, find Penelope, and stop the resurrection of the Dark Lord. A very enjoyable game not too hard nor easy and I can't wait to play the others in the series. The music blended nicely with the game and wasn't too obtrusive nor too boring. Puzzles and HOS' are well designed and I like the achievement system. Voice-overs and accents on characters were superb. One in particular, a smoggle, seems to be your most avid opponent being a faithful assistant to the Dark Lord and intent on resurrecting him. We feel like the developer of League of Light focuses more on the story and presentation of the game more than the actual gameplay of the game.

You have Collectorrs stop him but to do so you must Legacy of the Incas the dwarves who built the Black Throne and learn how to destroy it leading to an excellent absolute conclusion. The artwork in Dark Omens is also pretty awesome although we would say that some variations of color would be much welcomed; the graphics are surely sharp and fantastic to look at. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Zaboonia from Loved it. Some item interactions required some thought to accomplish them. It does last a solid hour as well; we sometimes Squids feel like the Bonus Chapter is better than the main game as many scenes are more colorful and stunningly beautiful. I found at least two [might have been 3] that are hidden behind something and peak out for a second so be sure to look for that if you don't find an obvious owl. It had a different feeling than the main game but still tied into the storyline and closed up all the loose ends I had when the main game ended but it also wasn't boring or predictable. Every scene was vibrant and whimsical. Except for those who need the most challenging games, this one is just about perfect. The gameplay was very straightforward, but in a good way. Despite that, the Bonus Chapter of the game is surprisingly awesome. This series Dqrk alot of potential.


Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Zaboonia from Loved it. We feel like the developer of League of Light focuses more on the story and presentation of the game more than the actual gameplay of the game. There is an excellent interactive map with undiscovered areas shrouded in clouds until they are uncovered and that show present location and locations of interest. I actually finished it and enjoyed it so kudos for that. Anyone could see the absolute intricate detail they put into this game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimmycoo from Intricate detail in everything! It always started at the beginning of the puzzle so any progrees you had made was lost for the puzzle only. One in particular, a smoggle, seems to be your most avid opponent being a faithful assistant to the Dark Lord and intent on resurrecting him. Hidden object scenes wer of two types - the usual interactive list type and a picture list type where items found are used on other items to expose additional items from the picture list. But good variety developers! They were all well drawn and usually fairly easy to find. It had a different feeling than the main game but still tied into the storyline and closed up all the loose ends I had when the main game ended but it also wasn't boring or predictable. Every scene was vibrant and whimsical. Also, the voiceovers and the story telling scenes were done very well.

13 thoughts on “League of Light: Dark Omens Collectors Edition

  1. Now you need to find a way in to the castle, explore what is going on in the castle, find Penelope, and stop the resurrection of the Dark Lord. I was finally able to complete it by being very careful where the cursor was. There are 34 owls of various kinds and shapes to be found, one in each location, and they are marked on the map when found so you don't have to wonder if you found the owl in a particular location. There is a Lord of the Rings vibe with a touch of gothic horror.

  2. The bonus game on this CE, was unique in many ways, in puzzle and in the ending. Take some of the HOS and mini games out and add more discovery. I enjoyed finding all of the owls throughout the game and managed to collect them all.

  3. The direction of the game is very predictable and there are no any innovative features that distinguish the game out of the large crowd of HOPA games. The map helps with the back and forth aspect but even without it, I did not feel like I went back and forth too much unlike some other games I have played lately. Beautiful scenery, lots of puzzles, I loooooooved the Hidden Object scenes, very unique. Yes, it is very entertaining and hooking and it does have an interactive map for fast travel but the overall gameplay is ridiculously easy.

  4. Take some of the HOS and mini games out and add more discovery. Loved everything about it! Great Game developers, I look forward to more! There is a cube glyph puzzle where you had to move rows and columns of cubes with glyphs on them and if your cursor went outside the puzzle perimeter, it would crash causing the game to not respond requiring you to task manager close the game and then load again.

  5. Despite that, the Bonus Chapter of the game is surprisingly awesome. The puzzles I skipped were in the bonus chapter because like I said I get burned out by then and even though I enjoyed this one more than the usual fare, I still didn't feel like doing all the puzzles they had. I was able to find all of them because they don't morph so I didnt't have to sit and wait for them to show up.

  6. Now you need to find a way in to the castle, explore what is going on in the castle, find Penelope, and stop the resurrection of the Dark Lord. Rated 5 out of 5 by Imagine from Love Love Glad I found the league of light games going to get the rest in the series!! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by smoovasbutter from Excellent fantasy from Mariaglorum This is the first League of Light game and also the first game that I have played from Mariaglorum, a studio that I was previously unfamiliar with, and I am very impressed. Easy to follow, logical story line, inventive mini games that were fun to complete! Great Game developers, I look forward to more!

  7. Most were logical, and with thought, could be figured out. I took a few small breaks, but still is a good long game. I really enjoyed this game from start to finish!

  8. I'm not a fan of games were I collect objects that won't be used until much later in the game; it clogs up my inventory with stuff and I seem to forgot what I even have stowed. The bonus chapter takes things a bit further when you find out that the smoggle has been using you to further his own desires to become the Dark Lord by having you prevent the resurrection and releasing the Dark Lord's magical energy which has been absorbed by his Black Throne and is now being siphoned off by the smoggle. Hidden object scenes wer of two types - the usual interactive list type and a picture list type where items found are used on other items to expose additional items from the picture list.

  9. The gameplay was very straightforward, but in a good way. There are 34 owls to collect, 11 scrolls that advance the storyline, achievements. The direction of the game is very predictable and there are no any innovative features that distinguish the game out of the large crowd of HOPA games. The map shows where there is something to do and also where you still need to find owls if you happen to miss but they are so in your face, I found it was hard not to find them.

  10. I found that this story line was really compelling. I was finally able to complete it by being very careful where the cursor was. Except for those who need the most challenging games, this one is just about perfect. When you arrive at the area where they fell, Penelope is unhurt but the winged beast grabs her and enters the castle locking the gate.

  11. Most were logical, and with thought, could be figured out. A real winner! You, as the newest member of the League of Light will have to investigate this creepy case and stop the resurrection of the Dark Lord. It picks off exactly where the game ends and even though the first couple scenes are in places you have already been, the rest of it are completely new areas and lots of them. Every scene was vibrant and whimsical.

  12. It always started at the beginning of the puzzle so any progrees you had made was lost for the puzzle only. Despite that, the Bonus Chapter of the game is surprisingly awesome. The gameplay was very straightforward, but in a good way.

  13. I would expect that advanced players might find the game too simple. I took a few small breaks, but still is a good long game. Not being an achievements fan, I usually don't worry about trying to find things or meet the requirements of achievements but if you are, there is one final item provided after you finish the game and that is to put together a jigsaw puzzle of 20 pieces that are awarded for completing all of the achievements.

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